The game, which is already available on PC, was expected to land on PS4 some time in March, but developer Young Horses announced in February that it was delaying the PS4 version for an "early April" release. April 23 isn’t that early, but at least it’s finally here.
Last we heard, Young Horses said that it was also mulling over an Xbox One version, and that it had no plans for a Wii U release. "Our word on the Xbox One version is, 'We’re thinking about it.'"
In the game, you play as an octopus pretending to be just a normal dad. You go about your day, trying to perform simple tasks, which become hilariously difficult because you control each of your tentacles independently.
GameSpot awarded the PC version of Octodad: Dadliest Catch a score of 6 in its review.